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New York, for us Philadelphians is always a fantastic place for a quick weekend. It's right nearby, and its got very similar vibes (but everything is bigger, and there is more of everything). My guy and I spent a rainy morning in the city, and checked out some touristy places with a view.
No strangers to the chase of good brunch, we stopped by Cafe Mogador, a Moroccan-inspired spot with delicious and healthy options. Tom and I had the Middle Eastern Breakfast, and the Moroccan eggs. I liked the place, but it's not a spot that captured my heart. I loved the cozy space but felt that some parts of my dish were a little lackluster. One thing that made this place amazing is the mint tea, that made the room smell heavenly.
Afterwards, we took the subway up to see some views of New York from above. We paid our $36 and went up to the Top of The Rock. The views were really lovely, but unless you're a tourist, I would recommend wandering around, and exploring the less expensive options. Tom and I enjoyed ourselves, but at $78 for 20 minutes of views, it is a little excessive
I think New York is absolutely stunning from the ground. The buildings have character, the shops are often very niche, and the general hustle and bustle of the street feels so exciting. New York doesn't need to be enjoyed with a thick wallet. The architecture alone will keep you entertained for hours.
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